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CFC Memorandum 2005-12

Novemeber 15, 2005

TO: LOCAL FEDERAL COORDINATING COMMITTEES AND PRINCIPAL COMBINED FUND ORGANIZATIONS
FROM: MARA T. PATERMASTER
DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF THE COMBINED FEDERAL CAMAPIGN (OCFC)
SUBJECT: E-TECHNOLOGY SURVEY AND PLANNING GUIDE

The Office of CFC Operations requests your response to the enclosed E-Technology Survey. Survey responses will be used to catalogue CFC initiatives that involve the display or transfer of campaign information over the World Wide Web and/or federal agency intranets. Please complete the survey to the best of your ability and return it no later than November 25th, 2005 to Cherlynn Stevens, E-Technology Project Manager at cherlynn.stevens@opm.gov.

We have also enclosed an E-Technology Planning Guide. The Guide is a reference tool for LFCCs and PCFOs. It consists of a series of basic questions that should be considered as you develop or review your e-technology plans. While the Guide is an optional tool, we do invite you to share your responses with us.

Thank you for taking the time during this busy campaign season to complete the survey. We look forward to learning more about the state of e-technologies in your campaign and how these are creating efficiencies for donors and charities. Should you have any questions or comments regarding the survey or guide, please direct them to Ms. Stevens at cherlynn.stevens@opm.gov or phone 202-606-2564.

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